Blue Spotted Rabbitfish

Latin name: (Siganus corallinus)

Care Level

Moderate

Temperament

Peaceful

Color(s)

Yellow

Diet

Herbivore

Preferred Conditions

Moderate

Avg. Max Size

8"

Minimum Tank Size

120 gallons

Family

The Blue Spotted Rabbitfish is a great addition to an aquarium, as long as all of its care requirements are met. This species is an ideal tank mate with other peaceful fish and is known to be reef-safe, as long as it is well fed. However, caution should be taken when handling the fish as its venomous dorsal spines can cause harm if disturbed. This species is known for its ability to ward off predators due to its venomous spines, making it a popular choice for many aquarists. With proper care and maintenance, the Blue Spotted Rabbitfish can be a great addition to any aquarium, offering both a unique and peaceful presence.

The diet of the species is quite varied, consisting of fresh vegetables and algae. Additionally, they may also supplement their diet with soft and hard coral polyps, which they may nip and consume. Such behavior is essential for their survival, as it provides them with much needed nutrition. Moreover, this species is highly adaptable to its environment, making it a fascinating creature to study.

For those of you who are interested in purchasing an aquarium that is smaller or larger than the approximated purchase size, we have a variety of options available.

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